Tracking Program Week

July 8-12 is 2019 National Environmental Public Health Tracking Awareness Week

Beyond Data: Tracking Awareness Week. July 8-12, 2019; Image of people joining hands.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is sponsoring the fourth annual National Environmental Public Health Tracking Week during July 8-12, 2019. CDC, state and local health departments, and national partners are coming together to highlight environmental health issues important to improving the health of our nation and to recognize the work of the Tracking Program.

This year’s Tracking Awareness theme is Beyond Data, in order to bring attention to the work that grantees, partners, and CDC contributes to the Tracking Program that goes beyond the data hosted on the Tracking Network. More than just a data warehouse, Tracking Program staff and partners work to use environmental and health data to implement policy changes, improve public health efficiencies, and help citizens in state and local communities. Tracking Awareness Week highlights Tracking staff and partners, citizens who directly benefit from their work, and celebrates the successes that come from accessing and analyzing Tracking Network data.

Daily Topics:

  • Monday: Unique Data
  • Tuesday: Expanding Partnerships
  • Wednesday: Impacting Policy and Improving Processes
  • Thursday: Faces of Tracking
  • Friday: Celebrating Successes

Join the #BeyondData Conversation:

Tracking Chat - Thursday, July 11; 2-3PM EST. Environmental Health Data to Action Partnerships & Successes. Environmental Public Health Tracking

Participate in #TrackingChat:
On Thursday, July 11, 2019, from 2-3 PM EST, CDC’s Tracking Program will host a live Twitter Chat: #TrackingChat. Learn more on how to participate!external icon

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Page last reviewed: June 15, 2018